The final report will be issued at a news conference on Tuesday, March 25 at 11:00 am in Ottawa. Some family members plan to attend.
Twelve people died and three miraculously survived when the plane struck a hill about two kilometres directly east of the runway.
12 dead, 3 survivors
Nicole Williamson, Robin Wyllie and seven-year-old Gabrielle Pelky were the only survivors.
In all, four crew members on the flight died. They were:- Captain Norman Blair Rutherford
- First Office David Henry Hare
- Flight attendant Ute Barbara Merritt
- Flight attendant Ann Marie Chassie
The victims also included seven people with connections to the South Camp Inn in Resolute, which had chartered the plane.
Among them was six-year-old Cheyenne Eckalook, sister to Gabrielle Pelky. Both are the granddaughters of Aziz Kheraj, the owner of South Camp.
South Camp employees who died were:- Lise Linda Lamoureux
- Steven Michael Girouard
- Randolph Alexander Reid
- Michael Rideout
- Raymond Pitre
- Chesley Clarence Tibbo
The remaining victim was Martin Bergmann, director of the Polar Continental Shelf Program research base in Resolute.Suggest a correction